By showcasing our new IMAGO Archive in this visual article, we reveal the unique stories crafted by IMAGO's picture desk and photo editors on our Archive page.
Tag: Documentary Photography
In the world of photography, Dorothea Lange stands tall as a pioneer. Her unique ability to capture the raw human experience during tumultuous times left an indelible mark on the art and craft of photography. She was a beacon of empathy, using her camera to illuminate the stories of those often pushed into the shadows.
The right soundtrack of a photograph can elevate your story. In celebration of Fête de la Musique, we showcase the importance of music in photography through IMAGO's selection of extensive image library and Cézame Music Agency's diverse playlists and provide tips on how to choose music that amplifies the visual story.
IMAGO has curated a collection of historical photographs that highlight important times in history. This article delves into the second part of the collection, exploring the stories behind each iconic image and the meaningful moments they capture.
IMAGO has chosen a selection of important images from the history of photography that captured significant and meaningful occasions and transformations. The first half of the twentieth century will be reviewed here.
IMAGO interviewed one of its most recent partners, Subash Shrestha, on his captivating documentations of Nepal and the Himalayan region.
See our picks of the year as we commemorate the art of photojournalism this month alongside IMAGO’s sponsoring of the UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards taking place tomorrow in London.
In light of this year’s edition of the UK Editors’ Guild Awards, The Game spoke to some of IMAGO’s photojournalists.
Those whose towns were ravaged in the 2021 flood disaster are still picking up the pieces. One year later, the region is experiencing one of its worst droughts on record as the risk of more flooding lingers. What can Germany’s new coalition government do?
Ukrainians in the UK who have fled their homes have to start from scratch – Joann Randles’ stoic portraits reimagine the Ukrainian narrative, revealing a tender yet powerful portrayal of her subject Olha.